A player may receive two cautions in the same match, at which point they will be sent off.
Only two cautions may be given to a single player in the same match. Once a player has has received two cautions in the same match he is automatically sent off, cannot return to the match, and cannot substituted for.
There are no blue cards. A yellow card is a caution. Depending on the competition, there is a limit to how many a player can accumulate before being banned for one match. If a player gets two yellow cards in one match, he automatically receives a red card. A red card results in the immediate expulsion of the player from the playing ground (he is not permitted to remain in the bench, he must leave to the dressing room) and an automatic single match ban, which may be reviewed for more match bans depending on the severity of the rule breaking leading to the red card.
You will have 66 baseball cards and 86 soccer cards.
Every player on both teams can be given a yellow card if the referee thinks they deserve it, but for one player only two can be given then they will be sent off.
2 yellow cards=1 red card=1 match ban
In a soccer match you can only have three,3, substitutes in a match.
3 substitutions are allowed in a FIFA soccer match.